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is waiting to see what happens next in coopertino. many of our lives would not be the same without steve jobs. we wouldn't have ipods or i-tunes, no iphones, one, two, three or four, or ipads without this bay area native who graduate high school in the south bay. jean elle shows us why jobs' health may have played a role in the decision. but we begin with scott budman who joins us from the apple store. we've gone from surprise to curiosity. what's next? >> reporter: well, who knows? a lot of people will be wondering why jobs steps down, but jobs has been, for decades, a spark plug. both for technology and for those who use technology. today, of course, he resigned as ceo of the company he co-founded, doing so at a time when apple is at its strongest and most popular. when ferdinand and friends heard the news about steve jobs resigning, they were visiting the apple campus from germany, taking part in the tradition of photos by the apple sign. >> he will retire now as ceo of apple, and i don't know because he was the leading figure in the company and he was the founder. i don't know if apll be
of an e-mail steve jobs sent out to the board. to the board of directors, i have always said that if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo, i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come. i here by resign as ceo of apple. i would like to serve as chairman of the board, director and apple employee. as far as my successor goes, i strongly recommend that we execute our succession plan and name tim cook as ceo of apple. he said i believe apple's brightest and most innovative days are ahead of it and i look forward to contributing to it in my new role. thank you all for the many years of being able to work alongside you. signed simply steve. it is easy to use superlatives. you're looking at video of jobs earlier in june facing the cupertino city council about the future and apple's new headquarters. since then with the imac and the macbook, the cell phone looks a whole lot different. 279 million ipods helped change the music business. more recently the ipad. let's not forget pixar, giving animation a big
store in berkeley, the man who brought you the iphone, stepping down as ceo of apple. steve jobs is out. we're going to talk about why he left and we're going to talk about the old boss and meet the new boss. >>> here is a look from mount tamalpais this morning, a lot of clouds. this only way you'll see the sunrise. drizzle for your morning commute. cooling trend deepens in your forecast. >> good morning, i'm sue hall. newark, we could have possible delays. more on that in just a few minutes. >>> thanks for joining us. kristen is off today, i'm eric thomas. >> we begin in placer county in the town of lincoln where 4,000 evacuees are headed back to their homes after fire crews snuffed out a massive tanker fire that has been bunk for days. families were evacuated because fire officials were concerned that the tanker could explode and level everything within a mile of the fire. now, lincoln's fire chief says the blaze burned itself out overnight but there is still propane inside the tank. crews plan to shoot water on the tanker for the next several hours. here is a look at the fire scene t
. in the meantime, back to you. >> thank you. >>> the man behind the iphone and ipad and ipod says i-quit. steve jobs steps down and it is sending shockwaves through the tech world. stephanie chuang reports. >> reporter: good morning. steve jobs and his iconic black turtleneck and bluejeans is a local guy. he grew up here in cupertino where apple headquarters s he is regarded to be unparalleled in product vision. >> every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. >> reporter: jobs became the man behind those revolutionary products. it was in 1976 that he and a friend started apple in a garage right here in silicon valley. hard to believe he was forced out of apple in 1985 and then returned to revive the company to what it is now as he returned in 1997. jobs is a survivor of pancreatic cancer. he had a liver transplant and took an open-ended medical leave in january. it was his third leave in a few years. he was last seen in public back in june. now, yesterday is when he announced he could no longer handle the job as apple ceo. some tech analysts have already ma
me to the diamond planet. >> ahead, steve legacy at apple. you will not see much of a difference even though the company's master mind is stepping aside. >> inside of qaddafi's compound. rebels made a strange discovery. >> and a look at the cool down. it will warm up tomorrow. we'll have the accu-weather forecast coming up.ososososososs >> the departing now look for something else. >> an apple growing speculation of what is next for apple's brightest now that steve jobs has stepped aside. we have more. >> david apple watches are waiting to see if they will undergo changes or face new leadership. >>reporter: there will be challenges ahead. but first look at the report. there is no question that apple's success is tied to their people and that could be their secret sauce. the nagging question is if there is a exodus with steve jobs being around. >> we like to be around the greatness. they recognize this experience would not be repeated in their lifetime and they wanted to get the most of it. with steve departing it is time to look for something else. >>reporter: members of the team of t
with us. let's check in with mark who is in for steve clark. >> reporter: good morning. you will encounter some wet roadways especially right around the bay. temperatures ranging from the low 60s to the upper 80s to right around 90 degrees. a quick look at traffic with sal. >> reporter: good morning. things are getting back to normal as they have picked up some of the road work. we are looking at the commute that's going to be busy on 880. let's go back to the desk. >>> barry bonds is said to return to federal courtroom this morning. last night he made a rare appearance at at&t park. in just a few hours his lawyer will try to persuade a judge to throw out his obstruction of justice conviction or grant him a new trial. bart is creating new policies for when it might cut off underground cell phone service in the future. a three hour meeting was held yesterday on the controversial issue and about a protest that was following. in the future bart will interrupt cell phone communication during extreme circumstances such as a bomb threat or hostage situation. they will also consult the aclu on cr
, it is august 11th i am dave clark. >> let's check the morning traffic starting with steve for weather. >>> inland areas not much change still 60s and 70s and instead of upper 80s and 90s now it is lower 80s to mid-80s. >>> traffic looks good, there is an oakland raiders game at the coliseum at 7:00 p.m. and you may expect traffic where people are tailgating earlier in the day. also the morning commute will be 80 westbound looks good coming around the corner. 6:00 let's go back to the desk. >>> we are starting our 6:00 hour breaking news coming from san francisco, paul claimers is at the -- chambers is at the scene of a fire which started about an hour ago in the city's ash berry district, paul, what is happening? >> reporter: it was at the people's cafe but the fire crew thinks it may have been a nearby store. they found the fire was actually at the clothing store and the crews think it is in -- it is in a common area in the clothing store. this is what the fire chief had to say about the fire. >> it went into the attic space and towards the delta building on the right. there is a co
's not the same as being untruthful. >>> more to bring you tonight. preparing for life without steve jobs. will apple plan be enough to keep some of the company best and brightest from leaving? >> plus the governor proposal to put california jobs first. hiring incentive he's offering for closing 1 billion dollar loop hole. >>> and tt campbell. local county fights false advertising claims and campbell. local county fights false advertising claims and wins. news at 9:00 continues. so the jury has rendered its verdict -- guilty. [ cheers and applause ] i'm here with the defendant. sir, the plaintiff claims she changed her travel plans, paid the difference in airfare, but you added a 150-dollar change fee. oh, boo hoo. who can afford a 150-dollar change fee? me. well, she says she's going to fly southwest next time because they don't do that. they love customers, i love cash. [ male announcer ] don't pay a change fee on top of a fare difference. fly southwest, the only major airline that never charges change fees. >> can apple continue to thrive without the core. with steve jobs leaving
not qualify for financial aid. he's getting a good response so far. >>> one day after apple's visionary steve jobs steps down, we're learning more about his successor. tim cook sent apple employees a letter about what happens now at the company. nbc bay area's business and tech reporter scott budman is here. was mr. cook able to calm things down today? >> he was. people at apple stores and stockholders rr looking forward. on day one sending out this letter saying he looks forward to the amazing opportunity of serving as ceo of the most innovative company in the world. he said, i want you to be confident that apple is not going to change. steve built a company and culture unlike any other in the world, and we are going to stay true to that. it is in our dna. as for apple stock, it held up today. actually falling less than the overall stock market. as most investors held onto their shares. investors buy and hold stock based on what they think the company will do in the future. if apple's future is secure, so is the steve jobs way. just ask the new generation of silicon valley ceos. >> is there
's check in with steve paulson. >> we do have more low clouds and fog today. that means cooler inlapped temps. still in the upper 80s to low 90s for some. i think we will take a couple degrees off those temps we had yesterday that were near closer to 90. i think you will see that sea breeze closer to the coast and bay. 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> good morning, san mateo bridge traffic looks pretty good getting out to the high- rise and no major problems if you are driving on westbound 84. and if you look at westbound bay bridge it's looking pretty good. let's go back to the desk. >>> copper thieves are targeting san francisco schools. two schools in the sunset district have been hit. ktvu channel 2 reporter jade hernandez has more on why copper is in such high demand. >> reporter: that is right. the sign here at the school says no trespassing but thieves are not paying attention to that sign. in fact, right here in the sunset direct thieves are after copper. it puts copper between $2-$4 a pound. we are live at the alice fong yu school. they struck the school last week on wednesday, th
. well, apple, will it still be apple without steve jobs? new at 6:30, what apple needs to prove and soon as the new ceo lays out his vision for the future. >>> we tried to direct them to the best place possible where the best opportunities are. >> home depot, verizon, even the sky. a bay area hiring spree the specific people they are looking to recruit, even the cia. >> the thing about it is that it shakes your brain kind of like a -- kind of turns your body into like a tuning fork. >> they made it on the front lines. now they are trying to survive coming home. the new way of helping hundreds of local heroes. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, to be too shaken by steve jobs' resignation. apple >>> today is the start of a new era at apple. so far, investors do not appear to be too shaken by steve jobs' resignation. apple stock dropped less than 1% today. >> not too rocky but there are a lot of questions about apple's future. cnet editor-at-large brian cooley joins us. steve jobs' replacement tim cook with a simple message. >> it's a bit of corporate platitude. this is an email message that was written
." >>> let's check in with steve. >>> we have a rip-roarin' sea breeze, 25, 30 miles an hour through the delta. temperatures really held check. a lot of 50s. let's go to sal. >>> traffic is moving along very nicely as you head out to the macarthur maze. the mist has not been as much of a problem as we might have thought. we haven't seen too many fender- benders. we're also looking at interstate 880. there have been a few minor ones but for the most part, we're off to a good start. back to the desk. >>> thank you. new this morning, there are indications that the two uc berkeley graduates detained in iran may be detained soon. the judge promised a verdict in their case sometime this week. just hours ago, return's ambassador told "the associated -- iran's ambassador told" the associated press "he expects them to be released. the three hikers were arrested accused of spying. sarah shourd was released on humanitarian grounds about a year ago. >>> a fire started at a home on alturo place around 3:00 this morning. fire started in the garage which had been converted to a bedroom. when fire c
's steve. reporter: all right, pam and dave, thank you very much. a bigger fog bank today, also a stronger sea breeze. that equals cooler inland temps, maybe a good five to 10 degrees by the coast, really not much change. fog and some sun. but there's a lot of gray out there, 50s, 60s, 70s coast and bay and low- to mid-80s inland. here's sal. reporter: steve, right now traffic on interstate 880 is moving along very nicely. there are no major problems as you drive up to the coliseum, northbound 880 traffic looks pretty good. also the morning commute looks pretty good on westbound 880 heading out to the macarthur maze. now let's go back to the desk. >>> the investigation continues into an overnight police shooting in cupertino. it happened on stevens creek boulevard. ktvu's kraig debro joins us now from cupertino, tells us a long stretch of that busy buford boulevard is still closed this morning, right, kraig? reporter: right, pam. this is an unusually large crime scene. we're at sterns and stevens creek. the crime scene actually stretches all the way through finch. so if you're commuting
will check on that and let you know if it's blocking the lane. let's go to steve. >>> a very good morning. we have a little bit of a stronger fog bank. it looks like a cool down for inland areas. one day we warm up one day we cool down. 50s and 60s near the coast. there was a lot of low clouds hanging on. i expect a similar pattern today. around the bay low to mid 70s. 50s and low 60s overcast san jose. 54 santa rosa. they have been in the upper 40s or low 50s the last couple days. it looks like it's already in now. that means the temps are held in check. a westerly wind. west, southwest 16 fairfield. that is stronger than yesterday. a little puff of a southwest at santa rosa. so the wind is coming from the west a little stronger today than yesterday. not a lot. few high clouds will filter in from the south. increasing fog and low clouds. some of that is on the move. slightly cooler inland temps. a good two to four degrees. not probably much has changed near the coast. low clouds and sunny. warm inland. not as warm as yesterday though. 50s, 60s, 70s and then over the coastal hills upper 80s a
breeze. instead of 90 we will go 80. a lot of 80s to near 90s. now here's my good friend sal. >>> steve, good morning. that is a look at the south bay. northbound 280 traffic is looking pretty good. westbound 287 they are clearing an accident where a car avoided debris and ran into a wall. and also 680 traffic getting down to that part of the bay looks good. let's go back to the desk. >>> thank you, sal. this week an armed robbery and apparent kidnapping at an antioch barbershop triggered an amber alert. paul chambers tells us this morning the entire case has been turned upside down. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tori. it's being reported that 16- year-old has admitted in taking part in the kidnapping that took place during the robbery. he was arrested tuesday afternoon at the barber. it's said the owner of the barbershop was alone when the gunman pointed a weapon at his head and threatened to shoot him. while this was happening ford returned from running an errand. that is when the shop owner said the gunman stole his key and wallet and appeared to force them into the suv at
. now on the phone to talk with us further about steve jobs announcement and the future of apple is scott, the editor and chief of see that. and for joining us and your reaction? >> it is not unexpected but it is still shocking. when it comes to silicon valley and the history of the pc revolution he is right there at the top. it is shocking and frankly sad. >> i do not know a company whose image is tied as much to a ceo as much as apples is. do you suspect that his health is deteriorating in light of this announcement? >> i cannot really speculate. he said before that he would step down when he could no longer perform the duties to whatever reason that is that is why. >> what does this mean for the company? >> he is obviously the visionary leader and shown that he can put together an incredible team. it takes a lot of people to execute perfectly like they have been doing for a lot of years. they created a smart phone industry, the tabloid industry is theirs for now probably for quite awhile more. i think it is in good shape as far as that goes. they have a strong team. but w
ceo steve job calls it quit. >> reporter: his brill lance has been brill lance has been documented. right now we are at apple headquarters. these are pictures we took a couple of minutes ago. the 52-year-old turned in his resignation yesterday. he's developed a cult like following not only with his employees but the public. apple store openings like this one create a bit of tis tier ya and the product launches generate hype. many are wonnerring what will happen to apple in the future. jobs kept his medical problems private but we know they date back seven years. over the past three years he's been visibly thinner. in 2009 he took a leave of absence to receive a live transplant. he recommended tim cook as his replacement. cook has been at apple for 13 years prizing through the ranks. jobs related a statement saying i believe apple's most brightest and innovative days are ahead of it. >> the impact of jobs announcement on the google stock market is already being felt this morning. apple's stocks was up when wall street closed yesterday but that was before the announcement. now it loo
and this morning if you are in vallejo to richmond, it is a nice drive. let's go to steve. >>> thank you some low clouds there but nothing compared to what we saw yesterday and it will burn off nicely and we'll see 60s by the coast further getting any midst i do appreciate the information. i don't always show this map because i don't know where my butt on it was. 60s near the coast, right over that bay bridge we will find upper 60s and lower 70s and then over the coastal hills pushing a few upper 80s. morgan tell, gill ray up to clear lake may be. thunderstorm activity, you can see it here, popping upcoming around the high pressure system but conditions are not as good as they were. they are decreasing in coverage and starting to move off and they will continue to go to the east. i want to keep an eye on things. southwest 17 in fairfield, that is coming down and that's a sign there is less fog, see breeze coming down, i would rather see a north winds but i don't see that right now. look at this nap airport 59 and upper 50s for some. fairfield, this time of year that is cool. >>> from that area lo
up with us, it is tuesday august 2nd, i am pam cook. >> i am david clark, here is steve. >>> very good morning to you all and we have low clouds around and north bay is dealing with mid-and upper 40s so a little chill and after that sunshine does look a little warmer. i am having a hard time buying into it, 70s and some low-to- mid 80s closer to the coast. sal? >> reporter: traffic on interstate 80 driving to oakland doing well, driving 680 pass the mission in fremont, let's go back to the desk. >>> we are following a developing story and there is a police investigation on interstate 580. that is where alley is to tell us about what is happening, alley? >> reporter: chp just opened all westbound lanes near 180th avenue and that's why we had to move because it was no longer safe for us and as you mentioned, there is a criminal investigation on interstate 580. you are looking at live picture where you can see a flatbed truck that was towed away and they took this car to a hanger type area. we believe it is a substation for alameda sheriff's officers and we have learned from seafood
plaza. no road work here. the road work is gone on the upper and lower decks. 4:38 let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. low clouds and fog. it has lifted a little bit since yesterday. 5 lot of 50s and 60 -- a lot of 50s and 60s. so the delta breeze has decided to pick up a bit. inland temps will cool off a little as well. 50s to low 60s. san jose overcast. that was not the case yesterday. they were fog free. they do have fog today. bring temperatures down. sometimes that fog wins out and you can tell very early in the morning it could be a few high clouds coming up to the south. not a lot going on. low clouds and sunny. it will be cool to the coast. they do see some of that peel back. upper 60s to low 70s. the breeze is already picking up. i expect to see a lot more sea breeze. low 80s for some. san jose 79. 79 redwood city. 78 san rafael. upper 80s concord, pleasant hill. morgan 87. and we will cut fairfield as well their breeze has picked up. fog, sun, warm today. about the same thursday. cool down friday and saturday. it does look warm en-- warmer on sunday. >>> 4:40 is the time.
core? with steve jobs leaving there is concern about possibility of brain drain, top talent leaving. stock price finished at $1.74s per share, so much speculation about the future of the company. >> it's true. the question what would steve jobs do is part of apple's culture and embedded in corporate training program. now, the ultramitt test there. is concern some of apple's brightest people may consider leaving. >> they'd like being around greatness. that was part of why they were there. they recognized that this experience won't be repeated in their lifetime. they wanted to get the most of it. now, it becomes time to look for something eels however, apple invested in developing employees in leadership and decision making so they'd be ready for a post steve jobs era, hiring a yale professor for rub running apple university. >> i think the key to continue business success is development of a set of talented people, who can help the company grow. and... are to do that, have you to invest in training and development. and since apple has lots of money, they've invested as they said shud
's not clear if he will fill steve jobs' shoes for product introductions on stage which is important to the apple brand. apple's chief marketing officer. cook is a hard nosed executive whose strength lies behind the scenes. >> after steve jobs nounced he was stepping down apple stocks started to fall and ended the day down. tonight shares still cost $374. >>> new tonight at 11:00 a muni line running gen tonight after it derailed. the "n" train hopped off the tracks about 7:15 tonight. passengers were shuttled around till it was fixed. >>> mat shot to death has been identified. police released these photographs yesterday. he is evan chapman. police discovered the body tuesday on 79th avenue. no arrests have yet been made in the case. >>> the court upholds the death penality for a man convict offend murdering two family members. this happened in berkeley in 1995. this is video of the bodies being taken from the home. he shot and killed his sister and nephew after arguments. lawyers previously argued he was insane that time of the shooting. >>> a teen curfew is a way two counsel member
'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. you know, the great steve paulson is back. >> thank you, pam and dave. we do have a cooler pattern for you today. in fact, the fog is really going up and down the coast, making a pretty strong surge inland. that means temperatures, they start to move down. really haven't changed too much coast and bay. but they'll be stuck in the 50s, 60s there. 70s as you move inland and then upper 70s or very low 80s for locations that should be warmer than this. here's sal. reporter: steve, right now traffic is moving along very nicely on interstate 680 heading south. no major problems on the way to the south bay from the east bay. also this morning we're looking at the san mateo bridge, a lot of people crossing, although it is not at critical mass yet. traffic looks good over to 101. 5:00, let's go back to the desk. >>> we begin this morning with a developing story in san francisco. a man has been shot outside a restaurant and bar in the city's mission district. ktvu's taramoriarty is live at the scene with what she has h
with the story tonight. david? >> well steve jobs has been on a medical leave since the first of the year but neither he nor the company have been willing to say what the medical condition s that has led to speculation. with today's surprise announcement, the company made it clear it was prepared for this day. now jobs has been apple's front man for years. the public face of a company with loyal customers. his key note speeches at conferences inspired them to create applications to run on ipads, and mac computers. he built apple into a best known brand recommending his number-two executive tim cook succeed him. the board agreed. there are now concerns whether he can fill steve jobs' shoes with the same style. >> tim cook could never do what steve jobs did for apple. i don't see him as the kind of person that can have the focus whurk look at steve jobs he's a different kind of leader. he's not just a business person. he's someone who really thinks about the human experience and tells you what you want to think. >> and cook will now take over a company grown into a global power house, makin
for a moderate delay. >>> let's go to steve. >> well, already sunny for some. it looks like napa county fog- fry. only fog in southern sonoma county. solano looks fog-free. santa clara kind of 50/50. i've seen a bigger fog bank than that, maybe by tomorrow morning it will start to enhance. it will burn off fast. fog or sun. 50 or 60. mostly sunny by noon. sunny, nice to warm. 60s, 70s, 80s and some 90s. so we're getting back into a typical pattern. wily average for this -- really average for this time of year. warm to hot inland. 80s and 90s. cooler tomorrow as the system moves into the north. that will pick up the nothing and enhance it a little bit. there's still plenty offshore. low clouds will give way to sunshine today. the thunderstorm activity seems to be pushing off to the east and south. it was close a couple of days ago. 50s and 60s. a little bit more wind today. yesterday there were some calm conditions. had 40s in the north bay. west-southwest 20. that's a lot stronger than yesterday. san jose, mostly cloudy. but i think the fog will burn off fast. a little spin in the atmosphere. co
are driving in the south bay, 280 and 17 are off to good starts. >>> let's go to steve. >>> all right, sal. a lot of low clouds. some sun already. low clouds burned back. it willings -- it looks like it will burn off. too much in the way of fog for temperatures to get out of the 60s. low 50s to upper 50s. still -- i and not much change. sonoma county airport, down to 51. low clouds, though, kind of stop any further cooling. west-southwest, what is that 18? 13? and that's not very strong for travis. it needs to be stronger than that. so that along with a shallower fog bank shows me we'll be warmer away from the coast. for those of you looking for warm weather, there's always another system. so you get a warmup. it gets blasted right out. there are signs that an even stronger system could come in. 60s 70s and 80s. ukiah and clearlake, 80 napa. kentfield. 84 dan victims. 88 brentwood. probably about 90 towards vac cau ville. but 67 alameda. pleasanton, 84. 76 milpitas. 75 degrees. los gatos, 70sen the peninsula -- 7s on the peninsula. a lot of -- 70s on the peninsula. a lot of 60s. much of th
it to steve to see in these conditions will hang with us for a while. >> yeah. at least for the morning hours. if you do not have fog, it's cool out. temperatures in the 50s and low clouds and fog, that is just the pattern so far this year. lows are starting off in the 50s or low 60s and no doubt about it, west winds or west southwest wind. cloudy and around noon, fog or sun, we will see it burning back to the coast. and sunny and breezy and temperatures below average especially inland. a lot of 50s here and low 60ss and there's a good sea -- low 60s and there's a good sea breeze. a system in northern california picked up storm activity. right there. that moves out. and left behind, drizzle. windy at times, 50s, 60s and 70s or low 80s. these are areas and locations inland that are supposed to be close to 90. fog, sun and breezy and we will continue it toward the middle and end of the week that we will see warmer inland temperatures. >>> two formerly conjoined twins are celebrating a milestone this weekend. they celebrated their 10th birthday yesterday. they were joined at the head. their stor
these things all change but right now we're off to a pretty good start. at 5:07 let's go to steve thank you, sir, and a very good morning to you all. low clouds and fog and rather solid unless north of the coast and it does look mostly clear, although crescent city in the last hour said light rain. i think that's probably drizzle but for us mostly cloudy but by 3:00 it will be mostly clear. i think we'll get a little northerly breeze behind this northwest, get out a lot of this cloud deck and tomorrow looks mostly clear but low clouds around the bay, sunny later on 70-76 and inland temperatures, any fog will burn off fast, cool mornings, no doubt about it especially for the end of august 48-58 but sunny and breezy, and those away from the waters edge, you can see a little bit of a north wind already taking shape. some of the fog going north to south on the coast so i should get chewed up a little bit later. 52-59 yesterday, the airport dropped to 45 and that's cold, and the clouds will stop that today. 56 fairfield, san jose clear and 55, and a west southwest and that's the direction the wi
on sunday. tori, dave? >> thank you, steve. >>> it's 7:11. >>> security on 9/11, what the federal government is doing to prepare for the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. >>> also, hanging up his uniform for good, the top u.s. commander in iraq is leaving the pentagon today for the halls of another washington institution. >>> on the 14th anniversary of her death, how princess diana currently ranks among popularity with all british royal. hey! you want that? you want a warm, super-delicious strawberry toaster strudel yeah but now i have nothing to eat sure you do. hey! you can have the pop tart! pillsbury toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm flaky pastry with delicious sweet filling my kids will love. plus i get two boxtops for their school. toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. plus i get two boxtops for their school. >>> 60s, 70s, it does look warmer -- hold on -- hold on -- tomorrow. >> tomorrow. all right. thank you, steve. >>> it's 7:14. general david petraeus officially retires from the army today after 37 years of serv
about traffic that's gonna be busy as we drive through there. 7:07. let's go to steve. >>> a little bit bigger fog bank today. temperatures -- temperatures will be i think coming down a couple of degrees inland. instead of the low to mid-90s. there will still be a couple of 90s. but the fog has really kept temperatures in check. every day this month, the low has been between 53 and 55 and the high 65 to 66 if you. if you live in the city and work in the city, it's ground dog day. nothing has changed. september is usually the time of year when we get the breeze hans the coat warms -- and the coast warms up. 70s around the bay, mid- to upper. a few high clouds are on their way to visit. they are wrapping around a developing low. but providing enough lift to that gog into places. most locations say cloudy. inland. temperatures, 50s for almost everybody. 55 santa rosa. yesterday at this time they were 49. so the lee clouds, holding in check there. it was west-southwest 12 yesterday. 16. it's a little bit stronger component. sfo oakland and sfo con ford -- concord. high pressure will probabl
lights are on. >> let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. some low cases in the north bay dipped in the 40s, especially napa county. we might see a little warmup for some inland areas, emphasis on a little bit. these temperatures are about an hour ago. kentwood, and sebastopol at 49. low clouds, sunny, warmer for a few. not for everybody. there's still a lot of 80s. vacaville, up to lake county, ukiah. that's about it. low clouds, sunny, warm will give way to an increase in the -- in the fog and temperatures will cool down as we head into -- it it looks like thursday and friday. later in the afternoon, thunderstorms pop up south of tahoe and truckee. southern california still dealing with a little. they are decreasing. the air is not really conducive for thunderstorm activity. it's out of the southwest. west-southwest 22. that's pretty strong for fairfield. that's why i'm having a hard time buying into any warmup. there's too much in the way of low clouds and a sea breeze. 50s, low, muper -- mid- to upper. just a series of systems continues to -- the pattern is stuck. everything is just lo
. it's not too bad on that bridge. 7:10, let's go to steve. >> thank you kindly, sal. a lot of fog on the coast. some of it is working its way up the county, but the western part of napa county is working on up. some of that could be real thick, reducing visibility. it will burn off sooner, but there's a big amount of fog out here along the coast. even though high pressure is building in, it's not giving us a north, northeast wind to wipe it out. 49 at the county airport. 61 in mountain view. that's a big difference. santa rosa you're on your way to being cold. that's a big spread. west southwest 14, not much of a breeze. some of the low clouds have made it to the bay especially. southwest at oakland, that's hardly anything, not much of a breeze. so that tells us there's not a real strong delta breeze. it's just a fight between the low pressure to the north and the high pressure to the southwest. the high is kind of building in slightly. it is a result of the inland temperatures, but the coast will be staying a little bit out here. and cool to mild to warm to hot, depending on your
, steve. >>> it is 7:11. it's a controversy and a race for the white house. why some supporters of michele bachmann are furious about this picture of her on the magazine cover. >>> and also three siblings on the run. the crime spree they are accused of and where they may be now. >>> who paid to have a plane fly a banner over wall street with a critical message and why the original plan for this had to be changed? it's a ton of food: 8 of my new mini pancakes, hash brown sticks, scrambled eggs, plus bacon or sausage, all for only $2.99. it's just the kind of breakfast hardworking guys like you need. ...yeah. they're here! ladies, you have the right to remain sexy... >>> taking a live look, they have given up almost all the gains that they had yesterday because more concerns, which is, you know, they fear about the economy and high levels of public debt. f this is just a classic battle. and they are winning right now. they are currently down at 393. nasdaq is down 83 and the s&p down about 38. all down about 3.5%. we'll be keeping an eye on the mart for you all morning long. now at 7:15, pre
as somewhat of a surprise because he had tweeted he was likely done as a 49er. >>> steve williams, caddy for adam scott at bridgestone. tiger woods was stumbling to his 37th place finish, 17 shots behind the champion, adam scott. incredible subplot to tiger's return. you know that steve williams has carried tiger's bag for 13 victories. check out what he said. here's the top five. >> i've been a caddy for 33 years and that's the worst week of my life. i'm never going to forget that week. >> number four, strength in numbers, maybe not. real madrid took on 109 kids. they beat the kids 2-1. can you believe that? a former from china attempted -- performer from china attempted to walk a tight-rope. he caught himself. do not try this at home. at number two, don't tell david wright that the mets are out of the playoff chase. incredible catch, robbing hudson of a hit. number one, seattle washington, muloy speeding along in her hydroplane when it flipped. she was stuck underneath the boat for one minute and 15 second. she's okay and she said afterwards quote, it was a very gentle crash. in april,
: steve knew -- newell accepted the signatures with. promise to send them on to management. the group acts as an advocate for black americans and supports the 22-year-old university of new mexico student arrested early back in june for not pulling up his sagging pajama bottoms. the naacp has sorted -- has supported the family from the beginning and came to speak at sfo. >> they thought we were gonna kid all over the runway with this movement and that we weren't going to get airborne. >> the airlines does not have a dress code for its passengers and yet u.s. airways' employees decided that their subjective understanding of appropriate tire should dictate whether or not he could stay on that plane. >> reporter: the woman you heard from represents color of change and she indict -- invited the man's mother to show the airline it needs to apologize and see what plans the airline has to make sure this never happens again. >> he's really grateful to the support he's getting, not only in san francisco but worldwide. >> reporter: we contacted u.s. airways and we're told they would get back to us. w
a familiar face the co-founder of apple steve wosniak because was in the crowd here, and they plan on 60,000 per day with more than half of the people coming from out of town. >> yeah, it is a blast. the people watching is great, and the shows have been great. yeah, it is -- it is pretty cool to see all of the folks in one place for one reason, and yeah, it has been a great time. >> reporter: and event planners also say it has been a calm time here and no arrests and no problems, but diane, as you mentioned earlier, if you don't have to come to the golden gate park areaer for the concert, try to avoid it, because parking is very, very limited right now. >> all right. fair enough. thank you, elise. >>> still ahead at 6:00, an update on to keep tahoe blue campaign and after years of improving the clarity of the lake, something changed recently, and we will show you. >>> and the tweet that tied up phone lines at a california sheriff's department for hours. sgloot and a quick tour around the bay area here. 75 in san jose and 65 in oakland and a good strong sea breeze blowing into san francis
after trying to catch up after canceling 9,000 flights. we go to nbc's steve handelsman in new york city. >> reporter: starting the cleanup. this was central park. new york is draining tonight. rhode island is taking stock. >> it's not as bad as we expected. it's much better. >> reporter: irene was a full fledged cat 1 hurricane. this was long island this morning. >> pandemonium pretty much. kind of crazy. >> reporter: at least 15 people were reported killed from florida to new england, many by falling trees last night and today. flooding extended far inland. this was near philadelphia and some rivers are still reported rising. now, many of the millions who evacuated want to see if there's damage. asa lowe in new york city. >> they said there was limited damage and power outages. i don't know what to believe. >> reporter: charlie jones in north carolina. >> they won't let us back in. you have to have a reentry pass. >> reporter: with power out to 800,000 homes in maryland and more than half a million in north carolina and pennsylvania, many people are not being allowed home. the feds exp
. >> reporter: wingmaster owner steve says the key is training his birds to train the seagulls. >> what they'll interpret is there's a falcon in hunt in the area, and grab your kids and get out of here. stadium full ut acc1: of pemg presents a few challenges. for example, steve says his birds would be trained to intimidate but not attack. thecc1:cc1:cc1: nce of falcon in aggressive flight mode that actually stimulates that fear factor in the seagull. >> reporter: the giants say they're weighing the options, including trying to get the to set up house in the light pole or anything else for that matter that will roll up welcome mat on the stadium's opportunistic fans. >> what a mess. if i had a little kid at the thing and there's falcons going around -- i don't know. let's check in with nick o'kelly, check in on the weather. what's going on, nick? >>> we're talking about fairly quiet conditions around the bay area. e were concerned about somecc1: iels lated thundershowers. not going to show. the reason is, temperatures just didn't warm up enough.cc1: we couldn't get the instability going and t
. >>> let's check weather and traffic, here is steve. >>> we have mostly clear skies, now there is some fog and it seems there is always some fog but yesterday they got out of the gate fast and warmed up so if you are well away from the coast, still upper 80s and 60s and 70 closer to the coast with patchy fog. here is sal. >>> looking good heading south from pleasantton and fremont. interstate 80 coming in from berkeley all the way to oakland, 5:00 let's go to the desk. >>> we will begin with an arrest in the fatal shooting of a three-year-old boy. jade spoke with police and is back now to tell us where that investigation stands now, jade? >> reporter: they have confirmed at least one arrest in this case. i want to show you, we are live where the memorial has grown. it shows you just how much it means to the family who's son was shot. the intended targets were two men nearby at least one arrest has been made in this case and several others have been detained. the mayor pulled together for a vigil on the spot where the little boy was shot. the toddler did not survive. his
'm sam cook almost a brand new look. how is the weather looking. steve is here with the forecast. >> we do have more of the same usual low clouds and fog. it looks like today it will burn off. sunshine and breezy on the cool size. cool and sunny and breezy. a little bit below average. a lot of 60s and 70s. temperatures carrying over today. now here is south. >> good morning on the golden gate bridge traffic ruled pretty good heading down to the toll plaza. the fog is not a big issue on this span. this is a look at it. same thing goes. traffic is smooth. 6:01. let's go back to it. >> wear starting our 6:00 with developing news the father of teenage girl of holster is now holly store. authorities tracked down ramirez in snobbier dean know county just before 5:00 this morning. >> she did not appear to be physically harmed. >>> chemoing san jose school children safe as they head to school. he's in san jose to talk about a new speed limit that's under consideration. tara. >> well, we're here the great topic school off of great street. and as you can see behind me there are people speeding be
into the westbound. so at 4:37 let's go to steve. >> well, i take it -- >> that was a good one. >> we do have a low clouds moving back in if you enjoyed yesterday, you'll probably like today. if you like a little cooler, near to average temperatures slightly below. not much change along the coast. a lot of 50s. i'll tell you i can't remember the summer where the lows, i mean, i could have talked about these on june 1st and probably been close all the way through june, july and august. they really haven't changed much. usually in the summertime we'll get to upper 60s. 57 liver moore. system moving in right there. you can see it digging in as it does. that helps enhance the fog. now, once that goes through, which will be tonight, tomorrow morning then high pressure should build a.m -- build in behind. that widespread fog. therefore 2000 feet, whatever you want to call it. 2000 feet. it's more low clouds than fog. temperatures near the -- slightly below average for this time of year. biggest impact will be inland. i really don't see much changes. for some 50s, 60s. low mid-80s, temperatures continue t
to steve. >>> a lot of fog in those traffic shots. it looks like the fog means cooler conditions. not really the coast. low clouds and fog making it a stronger surge today. the system another one moving into the north, helping to enhance that fog bank. we start off with a lot of gray over the bay and really cool reading, especially up to santa rosa. low clouds, mist. gray dies an 50s and 6 -- gray skies and 50s and 60s. 48, santa rosa to 59 hayward. 53 redwood city, 55 livermore and san jose. there is a better look at that system as that drops in. that just gives us a cooler pattern. and then a cooler, breezy day for those inland. temperatures anywhere from 50s to mid-80s with a lot of 60s and 70s in between. it does look like today and tomorrow we have the cool winning out. then a north wind might kick in which would help get rid of that fog and warm you up. saturday looks nice to warm but cooler on sunday. tori and dave. >>> 7:27. another quake jolts the bay area overnight and this one literally rattled some cages. >> reporter: we're live in san bruno where people react to the
to steve. >>> sal, we have some sun for some but there's a lot of fog. inland areas already getting the sun and temperatures will cool down, lows in the 50s. highs instead of 90-degree temperatures low and mid-80s. fog and sun. sunny and breezy at times. today, tomorrow about the same. looks like everything is poised for a cooldown, a rather strong system for mid-august is developing and will take shape and dive into northern california and probably early next week as well. fog has been there all week long but it was compressed, which means more fog and low clouds. highs 50s and 60s by the coast. should be around 67. we're going 64 for would the -- downtown san francisco. the low clouds are from eureka to los angeles and san diego. cold in the mountains. truckee is 34. 38 at tahoe. the nights are getting cold fast. 50s already. 53 to 59. 59 in hayward. 55 san jose. 56 fairfield. getting an increase in the fog. west, southwest fairfield at 20 with a gust at 30. that is double what it was. that's a shine that inland temps are struggling. high pressure is building in the pacific right there. a
's go to steve. >>> tu -- thank you, sir. if have you any breaks in the clouds, you can tweet me. most areas, cloudy, cloudy, cloudy. tropical clouds, very close. if you are in the sanwa teen valley, up in the sierra or southern california, yeah, just missed us. today it will push off the east. today, low clouds, sunny, breezy. the wraparound clouds look like they will start to move off to the east. so any possibility of clouds an -- of clouds and thunderstorms won't make it here. 50s and 60s on the temps, they are not going anywhere. look at that low coming out of the gulf of alaska. that's pretty impressive for this time of year. guess what. that means we'll stay the same. lots of fog and then sun, 50s, 60s, by the water's edge. some local mist or drizzle. 67 os, 70s. upper -- 60s, 70s. concord, 79. danville, 80. oakland, 70. livermore only 82, same for morgan hill, gilroy. santa clair ray, 78. san jose at 79. mountain view, 68. in the city cool as a rule, maybe a little warmup on tuesday/wednesday. i doubt the coast changes at all. and then back to the cool pattern for the end of th
stock is holding steady in the wake of steve jobs sudden resignation. it was down 2.5% before closing up in after hours trading. many analysts remain bullish on apple expecting iphones to triple to 15% of the market as it enters the china market. steve jobs is expected to remain a strong influence as chairman of the board. in fact, apple's new ceo tim cook issued a statement saying, quote, apple is not going to change. i'm looking forward to steve's ongoing guidance and inspiration. >> facebook has reason to brag, google had a trillion views in june and 870 million unique visitors. facebook reached 47% of all web surfers and those are just the people google can track. web experts say the real numbers are likely to be higher. >> police in arizona say a thief stole thousands of dollars worth of snakes by stuflg them down in his pants. they recorded the heist. >> he just opened a cage, dropped them and put them in his pants and hung around for a couple of minutes. walked out the door. >> it was long shorts. >> the snakes were rair ones worth about $800 each. he sold them for $175 each and.
] as you know steve jobs has resigned from the head of apple where are going to drive the new crime on the s. just for starters see is still chairman of the board >> he stepped down as ceo >> so operationally why he will come in for the occasional meeting right? >> chemical can that has been the no. 2 guy with has stepped in to run the country every time steve has gotten sick and has been running the company on a day-to-day basis >> he is a logistics' guy is a need? >> certainly since generally since steve took his last medical leave is a rule by a investment community and of the world people have out high level sense of confidence but he will be able to do the job >> there has been a lot of business aspect concerning the work the idea that steve jobs that actually sat down he must be really really week, and it is a tragedy because he has a family what do we know? >> he is married and has children he is very private about his personal life he lives in palo alto you will see him in palo alto they will see him in the restaurants are walking around town >> for a guy that has that much
with the killing of a 14 year-old pleasanton girl nearly three decades ago will be in court today. steve carlson will be in juvenile court. he is 43, but because he was 16 at the time of the murder he will be in juvenile court. police connected his dna to the killing of tina fayles who he killed in 1984 and left her body in a drainage ditch. >> two men and a woman suspected of swindling the elderly in a suspected scam or rested and l.a.. all three were arrested hot on suspicion of of swindling the elderly. >> 7:26 a.m., we are back in a couple of minutes. let's take a peek at the mt. tam cam. the clouds are starting to break up. we have plenty of sunshine. we will be right back. how >> production runs hasn't dropped, and dennis leonard 84, was done over >> we saw a big jump yesterday over foreign-owned plants within the fed's decision to keep interest rates low. was that a good move?, fully half terry connelly. dean of the business school of golden gate university. >> we say hurray, that is terrific and we wake up this morning and say, that means i will be sick for another two years. you do have
is steve. my family's lived in this neighborhood for years. recently, things got so tight we had to go to our local food bank for help. i lost a lot of sleep worrying about what the neighbors might think. that is, until i saw them there, too. how'd i do, steve? a little stiff. you could have done a little better. what? come on. you know, i have an academy award. yeah, but not for playing me. announcer: play a role in ending hunger. visit feedingamerica.org/hunger and find your local food bank. done on the east coast. the
an update on the storm later on in the newscast. but first, nbc's steve handelsman has a look at all the damage. >> reporter: the danger that remains tonight from irene comes from the hurricane's huge rainfall. rivers like this in vermont are raging there is overflow from north carolina to new england. this was pennsylvania near philadelphia. >> this storm is transitioning into a flooding event. we're going to experience major flooding. >> reporter: in bayhead, new jersey, rising seawater filled the streets near nancy walton. >> we knew at 11:30, 12:00 we made a mistake by staying, but we couldn't go anywhere. we were stuck. >> reporter: new york city firefighters had to rescue more than 60 people, including three babies on staten island. >> when i looked out, my heart sank because all of the sudden the water was up to the level of the cars. >> reporter: despite water in some streets, 300,000 new yorkers were allowed back home. after the city's first ever evacuation of coastal neighborhoods. mayor michael bloomberg also closed the subways, the tunnels, the bridges. >> nobody likes to
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